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my wallet. wayne said we don't have a comprehensive energy policy. gas prices affect my wallet. nothing is contained. my costs are not contained in the last four years and that is an indirect tax. >> exactly john layfield always say it about the energy policy. but wayne, here is the thing. higher gasoline prices and especially in california, all of that is affecting the middle class and not getting better. it is getting worse over the last several months. >> that's true . tracey mentioned something that is more outrageous. dodd-frank. and congress did not read the bill and have to pass it. this is a friend of mine who applied at a loan in a community bank and here was the response. the guy said here, the interest rate will be prime plus two percent and loan can be said. we will need current financial . finally saying. these terms will be subject to approved by the fdic. the banker is not approved the loan. fdic is the person approving the loan. that is outrageous. >> what is bringing up is the issue of regulation and regulatory involvement of the banking and that is affecting o
oil company and founder of citizens for affordable energy. welcome back to the show. this feels like the 1970's all over again. shortages. why -- lines to your local station. what is going on? how do you explain this? >> well, first of all, let's remember, californians of cars. there are more cars to more people driving cars to more interstate highway miles off, more freeways in california than anywhere else in the nation. and there is no alternative, so they have to be in their cars to get where they need to go off. secondly, some of the oldest infrastructure to support that car crazy state exists up and down the coast of california. the third problem -- gerri: let me ask you about that. stop for just a second. why is the infrastructure so old to make everyone thinks of the oil industry as being pretty lucrative after all. why haven't they build any new facilities? >> well, it is well maintained, although it is old. so it can trip over under any circumstances. it is very heavily invested in, but no one would build a new refinery in california because they really can't. that gets you
standard of living, because businesses are spending their intellectual capital, their time and energy making government bureaucrats happy instead of creating jobs producing wealth and innovating. sarbaines oxley is part of that trend. one of the things i taught about that people don't realize, i have been teaching at business school wake forest university, we have people lined up to become accountants. instead of becoming engineers and scientists or even business leaders, we're misdirecting resources into a very irrational, noneffective risk management process that's generated by regulations, not by the market in this case sarbanes-oxl sarbanes-oxley. >> thank you so kindly for giving my alma mater a plug there. very much appreciate it. >> great school. dagen: but by the way, in terms of because you talk about accountants and we talk about the debate tonight, what do you think is the most critical issue in terms of domestic policy that needs to be discussed that maybe isn't getting enough attention on the campaign trail? >> well, obviously i think the focus ought to be on what's neces
session. melissa: yeah. definitely. number three, open america's resources to energy development. a lot of people are calling for this. especially when you see the fracking boom that is going on around the country. >> well the house has actually passed a long list of measures to develop america's vast energy resources. the problem is they have all stopped in the senate. if you just, including our shale oil reserves, you look at american petroleum, that makes saudi arabia look like a petroleum pigmy. we have three times the petroleum reserves saudi arabia has. the only difference, saudi arabia develops and prospers from their reserves. our government actively obstructs america haste ability to do the same. >> you know, i have got to ask you before we go because you made it so clear things we can do with the economy to get it moving again. have you talked to mitt romney? have you given him any advice? are you disappointed how this campaign is running? i know i'm throwing you sort of a curveball because we haven't been talking about that but that is the question of the day all over that he
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on natural gas. ohio is a mecca for cheap energy and this president has decided that he will choose to, you know, just feather the bed, feather the bed of his guys in the green industries. stuart: you've lost thousands of jobs in the state of ohio and you have a president who dislikes fossil fuels, whether it's natural gas, oil or coal. given that circumstance, why is ohio swinging towards president obama in the forth coming election? >> well, it's right now, obama is up, if you take a rolling average by about 5. i think that's going to come down in the next couple of days as a consequence of the uplift from romney's debate performance. but at the end of the day, ohio is a battle ground state and it's up for grabs. and that's because we have a president that has shepherded anemic economic growth and job creation. we have to make a choice whether or not we want to continue down that path or whether we want to go down the path of robust energy and economic expansion and job creation. stuart: what is it? is it epa rules that are just closing down coal mines so they can't use, you can't use coa
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, and governor jerry brown, taking emergency action, but gas prices barely budging and energy analyst williamiate ma yateman d this is what the white house should be focussing on because the $ 5 gas could be nationwide. >> ironic, the president was in california raising money, come iz rating with the rating given that gas price hike of cause of poor policy decisions. nationwide. liz: we're talking about the refineries that have been shoved off line due to fires and disturbances, could that be alternative to your argument saying maybe this will not go nationwide this is say local problem? a refinery issue? >> indeed those -- that is the direct cause. the supply disruptions. but the market tight in california for 4 reasons, really, state policies indeed. one the state is highest gas tax of any in the nation. two, refining costs are highest in the nation, due to air quality standards, 3, state has insufficient pipeline connection to western oil and gas market that makes the disruption owono. >> looking at obama administration, policy for policy they are doing the same thing. liz: including cap and
. lung cancer drug and that stock is up nearly 7%. the superior energy company said profits will be lower than expected. don't like that. down 5%. the drug maker maker antares. and down. and metropcs. confirmed that it's in talk with t-mobile unit for possible merger and the stock has gone straight up recently. down a bit today. best buy's founder moving forward on a possible 11 billion dollars buyout plan. that stock is up again. there you have it, 7 early movers, most up and they're mixed and the dow industrials are now down 9 points. michigan, the newest battle ground state for the unions. and next month whether or not to put union rights and power directly into the state constitution. coming up next we have a man for you who fought municipal unions and helped run the state of new york, richard ravage, he says new york's system and did it head to head with the unions. what does he think of the michigan union power grab? we will ask. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch
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